This article, published in the Calcutta Telegraph describes the eight bomb blasts that killed up to 60 people and injured 200 in Jaipur within a span of just 20 minutes. Immediate suspicion fell on the Bangladesh-based Harkat-ul Jehadi Islami.
The body of a bride, wearing a bright red sari and marriage bangles, lay on the road. A young man hung out of a rickshaw with his head turned back and face smeared with blood. In the puddle of blood outside the Hanuman temple, a 10-year-old boy lay dead.
The day of the bombings coincided with the 10th anniversary of the May 13 nuclear tests in the Rajasthan deserts, a few hundred miles away.
Article: JAIPUR BOMBED: 60 feared dead in serial strikes on Pokhran anniversary
Publication: The Calcutta Telegraph